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Port Authority Completes Charlotte Amalie Waterfront Cleat Replacement Project

Staff Consortium | February 10, 2020

ST. THOMAS — Mariners now have brand new cleats to secure their boats while berthed at the Waterfront in the Charlotte Amalie Harbor, the Virgin Islands Port Authority has announced.   V.I.P.A. said this morning that it replaced a total of 77 rusty and broken cleats with brand new, weather-resistant ones with a 10-year life expectancy.  The new cleats have a maximum allowable line pull of 23 metric tons or 50,700 pounds.   “These new cleats are an essential amenity to have available at our waterfront as we continue to improve our infrastructure to attract yacht and charter boat owners as well as inter-island ferry companies to visit the U.S. Virgin Islands,” said V.I.P.A. Executive Director Carlton Dowe.  The picturesque Charlotte Amalie Harbor is in the heart of downtown Charlotte Amalie and the Waterfront is an ideal location for yacht…

Empress of the Seas Adds Two Calls to St. Croix, Changes…

Staff Consortium | January 29, 2020

Royal Caribbean Cruise Line’s Empress of the Seas has added two visits to St. Croix to its itinerary…

Crown Bay Center Eastern Parking Lot Temporary Closure

Staff Consortium | January 14, 2020

The Virgin Islands Port Authority advised on Monday that parking will be temporarily prohibited in the…

Royal Caribbean Cruise Line’s Empress of the…

Staff Consortium | January 14, 2020

The Virgin Islands Port Authority has received changes to its cruise schedules for the Austin “Babe”…

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Enighed Pond Gravel Lot Reopens on Monday

Staff Consortium | December 14, 2019

ST. JOHN — The gravel parking lot adjacent to the Theovald E. Moorehead Dock and Terminal will reopen on Monday, December, the Virgin Islands Port Authority has announced. The lot will be opened dai...

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